Student Support Services (SSS) provides a variety of free services designed to help students complete a bachelor’s degree. To be eligible for services, students must be either low-income, first-generation or have a documented disability, and be pursuing a bachelor’s degree while enrolled full-time. Applications may be obtained in SC 265.
Student Support Services provides the following services:
- basic study skills instruction
- tutoring, mentoring
- book loans
- academic advising
- financial advising, a computer lab
- and other services
All SSS services are personalized and offered by a staff of professional advisors and trained peer mentors or tutors.
This Student Support Services Project is 100% federally funded. The grant amount for the 2012/2013 school year is $401,130.